By Ian S. Markham(auth.)
This ground-breaking e-book demanding situations readers to reconsider the divide among liberal and orthodox ways which characterises Christianity today.
- Provides an alternative choice to the liberal / orthodox divide in modern Christianity.
- Defends Christianity’s engagement with non-Christian traditions.
- Includes vital dialogue of theological strategy.
- Illustrated with case experiences regarding human rights, interfaith tolerance, economics, and ethics.
Chapter 1 advent (pages 1–6):
Chapter 1 Engagement: What it's and Why it issues (pages 7–29):
Chapter 2 Augustine's Theological technique (pages 30–47):
Chapter three Assimilation, Resistance, and Overhearing (pages 48–61):
Chapter four Assimilation: Engagement with Human Rights (pages 62–70):
Chapter five Resistance: The Heresy of kingdom Sovereignty and the spiritual vital for Intervention to shield Human Rights (pages 71–85):
Chapter 6 Assimilation: the significance of the Black and Feminist views (pages 86–108):
Chapter 7 Overhearing: conflict of Discourses ? Secular within the West opposed to the Secular in India (pages 109–122):
Chapter eight Overhearing: considering Hinduism, Inclusivity, and Toleration (pages 123–137):
Chapter nine Assimilation: Christianity and the Consensus round Capitalism (pages 138–146):
Chapter 10 Assimilation and Overhearing: Rethinking Globalization ? Bediuzzaman stated Nursi's Risale?I Nur, Hardt, and Negri (pages 147–158):
Chapter eleven Keith Ward: An Engaged Theologian (pages 159–167):
Chapter 12 attractive with the Pope: Engagement but no longer Engagement (pages 168–190):
Chapter thirteen the form of an Engaged Theology (pages 191–207):
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Instead it is more accurate to say that Augustine would not want to separate his experience from his philosophy. Armstong is helpful here when he insists that for Augustine and his contemporaries there is no distinction between philosophy and theology: It was an activity embracing the whole of human life, an attempt not merely to direct but to bring man to his goal through an understanding of the whole of reality. . 37 Although Augustine would not appreciate my attempt to disentangle three sources of his theology, I want to suggest that the case can be made that Augustine arrives at faith using these three sources: reason, non-Christian sources of wisdom, and experience.
4 His commitment to reason also arises out of his anthropology. So in De animae quantitate (On the greatness of the soul), Augustine writes, “If you wish a definition of what the soul is, I have a ready answer. 6 The mind then, for Augustine, is the highest point of the soul. So it is not surprising that Augustine has a high regard for the rational capacity of the mind. Etienne Gilson brings out the significance of this for Augustine’s view of the relationship between faith and reason when he points out that for Augustine: the very possibility of faith depends on reason.
I had no wish to read more and no need to do so. 36 This is an old-fashioned religious experience. As many others have, before and since, Augustine tormented by his moral failures finds in Jesus a confidence that he can triumph over sin. Once again the term “experience” has a potentially anachronistic association. It is not the case that Augustine is the same as Schleiermacher. Instead it is more accurate to say that Augustine would not want to separate his experience from his philosophy. Armstong is helpful here when he insists that for Augustine and his contemporaries there is no distinction between philosophy and theology: It was an activity embracing the whole of human life, an attempt not merely to direct but to bring man to his goal through an understanding of the whole of reality.